province


province
Province, tout pays loing hors d'Italie, que les Romains avoyent vaincu à force d'armes, ausquels ils envoyoyent apres des gouverneurs de leur ville, Prouincia.
La quatriesme partie d'une province, dont les quatre font le tout, Tetrarchia tetrarchiae.
Province paisible, Pacatissima prouincia.
Province où il y a beaucoup de peine et de travail, Negotiosa et molesta prouincia.
Le Roy et gouverneur de la quatriesme partie d'une province, Tetrarcha tetrarchae.
Qui demeure en une province, Prouincialis.
Administrer soigneusement la province, Curare prouinciam.
En faire une province, In prouinciam redigere.

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  • Province — Prov ince, n. [F., fr. L. provincia; prob. fr. pro before, for + the root of vincere to conquer. See {Victor}.] 1. (Roman Hist.) A country or region, more or less remote from the city of Rome, brought under the Roman government; a conquered… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • province — ► NOUN 1) a principal administrative division of a country or empire. 2) (the provinces) the whole of a country outside the capital, especially when regarded as lacking in sophistication or culture. 3) (one s province) an area in which one has… …   English terms dictionary

  • province — [präv′ins] n. [OFr < L provincia, province < ? IE * prowo (< base * pro ) > Gr prōira, PROW1, OE frea, lord] 1. any of the outside territories controlled and ruled by ancient Rome 2. an administrative division of a country; specif.,… …   English World dictionary

  • province — early 14c., from O.Fr. province (13c.), from L. provincia territory under Roman domination, usually explained as pro before + vincere to conquer (see VICTOR (Cf. victor)); but this does not suit the earliest Latin usages …   Etymology dictionary

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